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Wisconsin’s State of Abortion Access

We check in with Tanya Atkinson, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin’s President & CEO, about the path that restoring access to abortion is taking in a post-Dobbs Wisconsin.

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For Life

Clarence P. Cameron reflects on his life and amazing 63-year relationship with Robert (Bob) Lockhart as Bob transitions toward his final days.

The Warrior Advocate

Longtime anti-violence activist and survivor advocate Kathy Flores reflects on a life of service, mentoring the next generation of leaders, and embracing softness and rest.

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To the Point

Point Pride founder Ryan Goszkowicz shares details about this year’s event in Stevens Point.

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Food & Dining

Java Cat is Back

Displaced due to redevelopment, Java Cat Coffee House has now relocated on the east side and is open for business.

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Arts & Entertainment

Making Theater the Priority

Local theater professional Zak Stowe interviews teaching artist Laura McMillan, the current Education Manager at Children’s Theater of Madison.

Bringing the magic of George Michael back to life

OUT!Cast Theatre’s Steve Noll chats with Craig Winberry about playing out singer, songwriter, and creative icon, George Michael, in The Life and Music of George Michael. The show comes to Overture Center in Madison on February 24.

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Home & Garden

A Rural Oasis

Princeton-raised Matthew Trotter is building a purposefully curated ecosystem that both lifts up his home town’s history and celebrates a queerer version of up-north culture.

A Secret Worth Sharing

A 25-year exercise in spontaneity and experimentation transformed a neglected property into an eclectic eden.

Interior Lives

Blessed and beholden by his family’s surname, Joseph Pabst reflects on witnessing more suffering “than a person should,” and the fortress he’s built as his own artful sanctuary.

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Health & Families

For Such a Time as This

Vica-Etta Steel speaks to Reverend Peter Beeson about his faith and work as Lead Pastor at St. John’s Lutheran church as they pursue a rebuild that includes affordable housing.

Reaching Farther

OutReach LGBTQ+ Community Center has nearly doubled in size over the past year, adding new programs and expanding existing ones.The center’s program director, A.J. Hardie, details the impact.

Where Health & Justice Partner

The Center for Patient Partnership has launched a dedicated LGBTQ+ health justice program to support and advocate for LGBTQ patients navigating insurance challenges.

A Lot to Learn

Mark Brooks, head of school at Madison Country Day School, once felt unsafe at school. Now he is committed to facilitating a safe and welcoming environment for students and educators.

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